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Sunday, February 7, 2021

Anniversary GIVEAWAY - Pool of Radiance: Ruins of Myth Drannor

The seventh of March marks one year since I started this journey, blog, and my first post. Since the start I've made about forty posts on this blog, and read twenty-one Forgotten Realms novels/anthologies, and nineteen separate short stories from Dragon Magazine, Dragon+, and even one from a game manual.

When I received the books for my haul in November, I also received a copy of a book I had not ordered, one I already had. That book is Pool of Radiance: Ruins of Myth Drannor. It is a standalone novel written by Carrie Bebris for the SSI video game, and copies of the books came in the collectors edition of the game. There is even a Third Edition D&D module related to the game and novel; for this giveaway though I only have the novel. It will also be limited to the United States, sorry to any international fans!

I'm happy to be able to give this book away though, the copy is in good condition, and if the winner wants to read along with me I will publish some of their thoughts along with my own when I do a review. The giveaway will run for a month, with the drawing and winner being picked at random on March 7.

The blurb on the back of the book reads as such:

A malevolent pool. A diabolical cult. A horrific plan.

A dracolich and his sorcerous queen have seized control of the Mythal, the ancient magic that once protected the war-ravaged elven capital.

Once the elven ruin is completely in their thrall, the cult intends to expand its domination one city—and one soul—at a time.

The fate of all Faerûn lies with four reluctant heroes.

Here are pictures of the copy up for grabs (this copy is actually better than mine):

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Thank you all for joining me on my reading adventures. I got the idea for this blog after reading Downshadow by Erik Scott de Bie (book 3 of Ed Greenwood Presents Waterdeep), and speaking with an acquaintance who makes Forgotten Realms dramas about Forgotten Realms novels. March of 2020 is still my most productive month so far, since I was playing catch up with all that I head read up to that point. Thanks for joining the giveaway and for sticking around!

Good luck to everyone!

You can track my current progress here.